kodi autostart

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  • 13. Juni 2018 at 18:57 #36189

    I checked „Autostart Kodi (Video)“, but It doesn’t start until I click manually on the button.

    My autostart.conf:

    # Autostart Config File for Loading Services by Cronjob under User odroid
    # to edit cronjob login as odroid and "crontab -l"
    # Cronjob loads start_audioplayer.sh 
    # 1 = autostart, 0 = no autostart
    18. Juni 2018 at 10:47 #36231

    Hi Arianna,

    If you manually did this manually please either try changing xbmc to 1 or burn a new image and only use the tick for Kodi autostart.

    18. Juni 2018 at 11:23 #36232

    I didn’t change autostart.conf manually. I only checked the kodi value in the file.
    I tried with xbmc=1 manually in the file and it doesn’t works.
    It’s very strange: this is the second time I try with a new image, but it happened same thing.

    19. Juni 2018 at 11:03 #36253

    Do you have an output after booting? Does the device load the desktop?

    19. Juni 2018 at 18:50 #36261

    Yes! The device load desktop

    21. Juni 2018 at 13:37 #36292

    Which image did you download and what device are you using?

    22. Juni 2018 at 9:01 #36310

    I used „Max2Play Raspberry Pi ALL incl. 3B+ (SD-Card Image based on Raspbian Stretch)“ (m2p_stretch_rpi_245.img.zip)
    Before this I used the version with Debian Jessie and I had the same problem

    22. Juni 2018 at 15:26 #36315

    I just tested with RPi 3B+ and a new Stretch Image and the autostart worked. What device are you using?

    23. Juni 2018 at 22:53 #36326

    My device is a Raspberry PI 3, not B+.
    But with the other image, m2p_rpi_default_244_wps_ap_expand.img with Raspbian Jessie doesn’t work too.

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